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The Army has one of the largest numbers of military females in the world. In 2015, there were single chat online more than 5,000 women who served in the Army and Air Force.

Army officers are often known as "princes," but in the military, they are more often called "princeps." While it's a compliment, the job is extremely demanding. "The Army is one of the most dangerous places on Earth, and you need to be prepared to make the most of that," said Capt. Amy Brown, the Army's vice chief of staff for women. Brown oversees women in all prison pen pals georgia aspects of the military, from physical training to medical care. She said it's important that women know they're welcome in the military. But if they feel they are not welcome, it's up to the soldier to tell a supervisor. "The best advice I can give to women is to get a sense of where tattooed guys they stand in the chain of command," she said. "If you feel you don't have a voice, speak up. There's lots of work to do and you can make a difference." It's not about the military being hostile to women, Brown said. "It's about making sure the military is welcoming and accepting of the diversity that we all bring to it," she said. "That's what we're all about, to ensure that the people we work for are as competent and competent as we are, so that we can all get along in the best way we can."

In a statement, the Department of Defense said it was "disappointed with this statement and deeply disappointed with Ms. Brown's characterization." It said it is "committed to diversity in the military," adding that "diversity and inclusion are an important component of our recruiting efforts and ongoing commitment to military readiness."

"We take allegations of sexual assault seriously," said Army spokesman Maj. John Dorrian. "Any allegation of misconduct or discrimination is taken seriously. The Defense Department's Military Equal Opportunity Office has a policy to investigate allegations of gender-based discrimination and will continue to do so until the matter is resolved."

The Pentagon did not say why Brown, an Army officer, would have been singled out. She could not be reached for comment. Brown's statement did not address the incident.

Military Times reached out to the Army, Navy, and Air Force for comment.

The Air Force released a statement saying that "our focus and focus is on those who have been harmed by those who they trusted." The Army said: "There have been allegations of misconduct against a service member, the individual has been relieved of duty without pay and has been placed on leave." The Navy said: "We are aware of this allegation and will be investigating it." The Air Force said: "The Air Force takes these allegations seriously and investigates them with the highest priority. We work closely with the Office of Special Investigations to ensure that all appropriate procedures are followed and all appropriate action is taken if a violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice occurs."

Here's the email the Army sent to Brown, asking if there was a follow up to the story: "In order to better support the needs of the military in providing an environment that promotes healthy and ethical dating behaviors, the Office of the Special Investigations has been informed about the allegations. The allegations involve a former service member who worked in the office of the Office of Special Investigations, who may be responsible for misconduct by chatroom irani another service member that was committed in her office. We are also aware of the investigation into this matter and are in the process of investigating it. If there are additional allegations related to your report, please let me know at this email address, or if you wish, email me through my office. Thank you." The Army also sent a similar email to another reporter. Brown was not the first journalist to be accused of "faking" rape. Here's how the Army defines a "rape hoax": "An allegation of a sexual incident by a service member is considered a rape hoax if the victim, witness or person making the allegation is not a member of the armed forces. It should also be noted that if there is any reasonable belief, at the time of making the report that the alleged event occurred, that the victim was sexually assaulted, the report is considered to be a rape hoax." In January 2009, Lt. Col. David A. Kappos, a retired general who was a deputy director of the Army's sexual assault prevention program, said he "faked" a rape allegation that american single girls turned out to be false, according to the Los Angeles Times.

In May, a military investigator testified that he was investigating a rape case against the commander of a Army base in Afghanistan and that, in an effort to protect her career, he had "fabricated" a false having a boyfriend in the army report of rape to protect her. In June, another report surfaced of a rape at a Naval Reserve Center in St. Louis and was widely covered. In October, a Navy commander testified that he had falsified a report in order to protect a woman. In November, the Washington Post thailand cupid dating reported that a Navy commander who had been accused of sexual assault by more than two dozen sailors had been investigated for lying about the sexual encounters to the military. This is the reality of military sexual assault, and there is a clear pattern. So what can we do to prevent this from happening? We need to stop pretending that the military does not have this problem. Instead, we need to do everything we can to end the problem. If the military can find that some rape victims feel it necessary to lie in order to protect the military from retaliation, the military needs to take steps to ensure that every one of their victims feels safe reporting rape. They need to ensure that their commanders investigate these reports.